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Run-up to COP27: ‘John Kerry is scared of the floodgates of litigations on accepting loss and damage’

Down To Earth speaks to Farhana Yamin, one of the key architects of the Paris deal, on why …

Run-up to COP27: LDCs want clear process to bridge $100 billion fund gap, loss & damage finance structure

Manjeet Dhakal, advisor to the LDC chair, talks about challenges faced by disadvantaged …

‘Changing climatic conditions induce vegetation changes, which shapes human evolution’

DTE speaks with professor Rajeev Patnaik to understand the relationship of …

‘Europe will witness more extreme megadroughts in the years ahead’

Down To Earth speaks to climate historian Christian Pfister from the University of Berne …

‘The West African monsoon always had the potential of impacting the Indian monsoon’

The realisation of the Great Green Wall project in the Sahel may strengthen the West …

‘Rising mercury is making Nepal glaciers vulnerable’

Changing nature of glaciers and glacial lakes make the Himalayas one of the most climate …

We need to immediately stop oil and gas expansion: Environmentalist at helm of anti-fossil fuel movement at CoP26

Tzeporah Berman, a Canadian environmentalist, spoke to DTE at the sidelines of Glasgow summit

World headed towards 2.4°C warming despite CoP26, according to 4 assessments

We may still be able to limit warming to 2°C, but 1.5°C will require technology to …

CoP26 first draft not good enough; climate finance grossly insufficient: Climate scientist Saleemul Huq

Saleemul Haq, director, International Centre for Climate Change and Development, …

Abandonment, poverty, sexual exploitation: Why Indian women pay a higher price for climate crisis

Women have limited ability to overcome climate shocks compared to their male counterparts: …

'CoP26 must deliver to help developing countries deal with loss and damage'

Down To Earth spoke to Sunil Acharya, regional advisor on climate and resilience at …

‘There is still time to reverse the climate crisis'

Daniel Swain, a climate scientist from the University of California, Los Angeles, talks …

‘February 7 appears to be what I would call a rock avalanche’

Down To Earth speaks to Daniel Shugar from the University of Calgary in Canada on what …

Sudden stratospheric warmings: Why cold winters may persist

Down To Earth spoke to UK climate researcher Richard Hall about the relationship between …

‘One snow leopard gets killed every day’

As India has a sizeable proportion of the global snow leopard distribution range, it has an …

‘My method’s an addition to the knowledge about climate change ending the Indus Valley Civilisation’

Down To Earth speaks to Nishant Malik from the Rochester Institute of Technology, United …

‘Monsoon withdrawal will be sooner this year’

Down To Earth speaks to climate scientist Elena Surovyatkina, who said the overall south …

Locust attack: ‘This is very, very rare’

Changing wind patterns in India-Pakistan and frequent cyclones in the Indian Ocean due to …

‘North Atlantic Oscillation may have played a role in this time's cold wave’

Down To Earth speaks to IMD scientist Rajendra Kumar Jenamani about why temperatures dipped …

Forest fires: Have we reached a tipping point

What does the ongoing Australian bushfires indicate? DTE asks atmospheric scientist Michael Mann

Public good approach to weather data not suitable for commercial purposes: WMO director

Dimitar Ivanov, director at Geneva-based World Meteorological Organization, speaks to …

‘The Earth is revealing the carbon cycle to modern science’

Balz S Kamber speaks to Down To Earth about the effect of anthropogenic emissions on the …